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A moment of panic ensues when I drop my camera and it no longer takes good photos Back on the "main road" on the east side of Wee Thump Wilderness, I stop for another quick break to take off my sweaterThumbnails Along the Wee Thump Wilderness road, I see some yellow buckwheat-like flowers that I'm not familiar withBack on the "main road" on the east side of Wee Thump Wilderness, I stop for another quick break to take off my sweaterThumbnails Along the Wee Thump Wilderness road, I see some yellow buckwheat-like flowers that I'm not familiar withBack on the "main road" on the east side of Wee Thump Wilderness, I stop for another quick break to take off my sweaterThumbnails Along the Wee Thump Wilderness road, I see some yellow buckwheat-like flowers that I'm not familiar withBack on the "main road" on the east side of Wee Thump Wilderness, I stop for another quick break to take off my sweaterThumbnails Along the Wee Thump Wilderness road, I see some yellow buckwheat-like flowers that I'm not familiar withBack on the "main road" on the east side of Wee Thump Wilderness, I stop for another quick break to take off my sweaterThumbnails Along the Wee Thump Wilderness road, I see some yellow buckwheat-like flowers that I'm not familiar with

I figure that the camera is dead, but after 15 minutes I decide to give the camera a few bangs, out of desperation. I then remove and reinsert the batteries and memory card. It slowly comes back to life. I hope it keeps working!